Sugar Creek Elementary School first-graders Jonah Pierce (center) and Bella Martin look over the Spanish book created by NPHS senior Spanish students. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)
New Palestine High School seniors Sarah Pearson, Jimena Cruz and Konnor Miller share the Spanish book they created with first-graders at Sugar Creek Elementary School. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)
NEW PALESTINE — Students in Angel Hughey’s dual credit Spanish IV class had quite the task this semester.
They had to write a book, translate it into Spanish and then create the book, including artwork. But, that was only part of the project.
It ended with the New Palestine High School seniors sharing their work with first-graders at Sugar Creek Elementary School.
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